JOIN FAIR FOOD WEEK 7 - 16 October 2017

Fair Food Week is an annual 'self-organising' national event that brings people together to create and participate in story-telling, workshops and other events that encourage and promote the production of fair food – that’s fairness in the social, economic and environmental sense.

What’s fairness got to do with food?

Well, lots actually. Farmers are not well paid by major retail chains for the food they grow for us and excessive food...

Stallholder of the month: Meltdown Toasties

What’s not to love about melted cheese? Meltdown Toasties is new addition to the Golden Plains Farmer’s Market and a regional start-up with a simple and delicious idea.

Created by workmates Caroline Jordan and Deb Sansom, the Meltdown experience is oozing with fun and freshness. Foodies with a passion for honest, good quality local fare, Jordan and Sansom come to the food van business from unrelated career backgrounds in the arts, journalism and sports. As Caroline says, “for both us...

What's in season in Spring!

Spring has sprung and it’s time to get cooking with all the delicious and nutritious produce it brings with it!

Veggies: Artichoke, asparagus, beans, beetroot, broad beans, broccoli, capsicums, carrot, cauliflower, cucumbers, leeks, lemons, lettuce, limes, onions, parsley, parsnips, peas, potatoes, rhubarb, silverbeet, snow peas, spinach, spring onion, squash, and zucchini

Fruits: Berries, grapefruits, strawberries, apples, figs, bananas, and mandarins (...

3 simple ways to reduce food waste

At the Golden Plains Farmers' Market, we are passionate about great, local produce, and making sure that it doesn't go to waste. Here are some great ways to help make sure this doesn't happen!

1. At the Market – buy ugly produce!

A tremendous amount of the food produce never makes it to the grocery store shelf because of blemishes, over ripeness, small size, or other imperfections — nothing that makes it inedible. But this differs at our farmers’ market, as...


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